riwbox foldable headphones neoshaloves

My everyday life often consists of a daily routine that either stays the same most of the week or takes a few shortcuts throughout the day - lets say both on a regular basis. I get up every morning and usually have a nice cup of tea, then read chapter or so of any book I'm enjoying. My biggest task to meet on a regular however is being a mom. The greatest and sometimes hardest position ever! Especially doing it alone. I've been handling single parenting quite fine this year also - so I'm quite proud of myself. 

Single mom? Not quite. I have a pretty great partner in my life now that does A LOT for me that's made things just a bit easier. From taking initiative to clean my entire kitchen effortlessly when I'm too tired to or giving my pregnant behind much-needed breaks and enjoying quality time with my super active (sun)shine Channing. It's the little things. 

So in between running behind a carefree two year old to running multiple online businesses, work/life balance is something I don't even think exists because so much requires attention from me. The balance for me comes in the form of a "gut feeling". In my world, it's just much easier to go with the flow of things and not get so hung up on having such a strict "schedule". This is what works best for me.... just saying. 

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Two things that allow me to get work done and still juggle playtime with my firstborn - creative thinking and LOTS of music. Gotta keep the vibrations high. 

I do all of my work from the comforts of my laptop and as of late, on the floor. What's the point of owning a office desk right? - to easily say yes to the seat at the carpet level, duh? With my beverage of choice, playlists, and tasks awaiting my attention - I get to work. 

I bought my son this super affordable art easel from Ikea last month along with a couple of other things meant for his upcoming birthday to enjoy. So while he's being an artist or mechanic, I can actually accomplish some things. Lately, I've been vibing to my playlists on SoundCloud and Spotify using my new RiwBox Foldable Headphones. I LOVE THEM! 

riwbox foldable headphones neoshaloves

The brand sent me a discount code to give them a try. They're foldable, comfortable, noise cancelling, and definitely nice to look at. Plus the packaging wasn't bad either - the leather pouch that protects the headphones are a nice touch. My music sounds pretty good through them and I can work without getting annoyed by them. My last pair of headphones were too "itchy" and left me with questions. So if you're in the market for a new pair of headphones, you have my blessing on checking these out for sure. 

riwbox foldable headphones neoshaloves

riwbox foldable headphones neoshaloves

If you're curious, yes they work with all devices (with 3.5mm jack) - Apple, Android, Tablets, etc. The audio cord that's attached can control both your microphone and volumes. The cushy earpads are a lovely comfort too. You can see how I rock these and juggle mom-life in my latest YouTube video. I'M BACK... so subscribe if you enjoy!!!  

FTC Disclaimer: I was not compensated with monetary offerings to share this product, but given a discount to purchase and review. All imagery and opinions are 100% mine. 

vegan red lentil tacos with dill sauce

Another delicious recipe from my go-to arsenal of good eats and yes, it's completely vegan. My journey with eating a plant-based diet has definitely not been easy as slicing pie. I took a few corners in my time - craving things I wanted to avoid and such- then ultimately giving into temptation. If you're looking to improve your eating habits, definitely start off slow and replace your faves with healthier alternatives as you go along. The more you read up on and learn about, the better chance you have to find your happy place again with food that won't kill ya. 

I am a HUGE lover of tacos. Any Mexican-inspired dish really so naturally, instead of wasting your money on crappy Taco Bell, give these red lentil tacos a try. What the hell are lentils you ask?  They're a type of bean or what I know as a legume. They also come in various colors - like green, brown, and yellow. Super easy to cook and has a delicious nutty/earthy flavor. There are some pretty cool benefits to them too.  They also contain more protein than most other beans and legumes. 

I love using lentils in recipes like tacos, vegan sloppy joes, soups, burgers, and more. Follow my food diary on UhOhVegan for more food ideas to get your body a little lighter on the deathbed spectrum (lol) - too dramatic? Eh, sorry. Moving on.


vegan red lentil tacos with dill sauce

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes


  • Red Lentils - (recently tried these )
  • White Onion
  • Chopped Mushrooms
  • Taco Salsa 
  • Hemp Seeds - ( I Use These )
  • Avocado Oil

Chilli Powder | Garlic Powder | Red Pepper Flakes (optional if you want some extra spiciness)

How To Make Homemade Vegan Dill Sauce: (dill is great for digestion)

You will need mayonnaise (vegan, of course), a lemon, ground black pepper, and fresh dill. I'm not the measure your stuff out type of girl, I simply use enough for what I'm making (for seconds, thirds,and fourths). Take a small bowl and add the mayo (I used 1 cup), the juice of half a lemon, some black pepper, and finely chopped dill, then mix altogether. Add a bit of water if you desire a more fluid consistency.

NOTE: There are several ways to make a vegan dill sauce - you can add avocado, ground cashews, etc. It's all preference. 


Begin by prepping your ingredients for the dressing of your tacos by taking your chopping up your onions and mushrooms. Give your lentils a nice soak in water while you prep. Grab a saucepan and add your lentils along with 2-3 cups of water. This depends on amount of lentils being cooked. Bring to a boil then turn heat down and allow it to simmer for about 15-20 minutes or until tender. Drain any excess water when done. While lentils cook, lightly sauté your onions and mushrooms in avocado oil  - add 1 tsp chilli powder and 1 tbsp garlic powder for some extra flavor if  you like. 

Grab your taco wraps (here's a vegan option or simply use lettuce), add choice of lettuce (I used romaine) and some cooked lentils. Top off with your veggies, some delicious salsa, and sprinkle with hemp seeds. Enjoy! 

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